NOTE: This article was previously posted in 2015 and revised on April 01, 2017. Some content in this article may allude to events on or surrounding the date of the initial post.
Why is it that almost every time I peel open a good read someone feels that it’s an invitation to start a conversation? Do you experience this? If I am reading in public, I find that people wish to engage in deep topics requiring me to pop my head over my book and answer seemingly subsequent questions. So very distracting!
I think it’s important for non-tea sipping bookworms to know that when we are reading and sipping our tea, we are not bored. We are not lonely. We are simply reading and since we are reading we should not be disturbed.
In this article, you will find a poem, entitled “Do Not Disturb”. The poem expresses the sentiments of a true tea sipping bookworm when she’s reading. It is somewhat comical so I hope you enjoy it! Also, do not forget to SUBSCRIBE to Tea End Blog to be automatically entered in Tea End Blog Give-Aways. Already subscribed? Tell a friend!
"DO NOT DISTURB"
short poem written by Gabie
Yes, I Am Busy
Can’t You See?
My Mind Is Trapped In Fantasy
The Soldiers March and Bombs Go Off
The Princess Gives Her Lowly Suitor A Majestic Scoff
The Toads Turn Into Princes and the Witches Are Banned
The Security Alarm Has Gone Off, So the Suspense Stands
All You May See Is A Lonely Las
Do Not Under-Estimate the Power that the Written Word Has
Stop, Don’t Interrupt! You May Leave Me Perturbed
I Am Reading My Dear, I Ask To Not Be Disturbed
I hope you enjoyed “Do Not Disturb”, the short poem. Perhaps it will serve as an Inspiration for you to either read more or let others read more (lol).
What is the most annoying question that you've been asked while reading?